Pharmacology 2013 (formerly the BPS Winter Meeting) attracts around 800 scientists each year, mostly from the UK but also many from across Europe and from overseas. The meeting includes a selection of topical symposia, plenary lectures, free oral communications and poster sessions which cover the many aspects of pharmacology from basic to clinical science.
Pharmacology 2013 (formerly the British Pharmacological Society Winter Meeting)
Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre (QEII) #LONDON , UK
Audio VisualThe exhibition spaces come with an impressive range of equipment including an induction loop system, wireless network throughout and state-of-the-art IPTV.
Flexible exhibition spaceBoth our third and fifth floor rooms can be combined in a number of ways to create a large shell scheme or table-top exhibition space, or a combination of conference and exhibition, catering or dinner and reception spaces.
CateringOur caterers, QEII Taste, have a huge amount of experience of catering for large events and understand the logistics and flexibility of service required to deliver these events successfully.
1. An abstract template was attached to your registration email. - This is a .doc Microsoft Word file
which is designed to ensure that your abstract is prepared in the right way for publication. Please
save this template file to your PC’s hard drive and use it when you prepare your abstract. The
template can also be downloaded from the ‘Abstracts’ section of the BPS website.
2. If you are submitting more than one abstract you can use the same email address and password
for each abstract.
3. Abstracts are required for all submitted free communications both oral and posters. Abstracts
MUST be submitted using the template form provided.
B. Preparation of Your Abstract
1. The title should be as brief as possible but long enough to indicate clearly the nature of the study.
Capitalise the first letter of each word. No full stop at the end. Do not state the conclusion in your
2. Open the template file and enter your abstract into it following the instructions above. Save it and
make a note of its saved location.
C. The Submission Process
1. Log in to the submission system when your abstract is completed and ready to send. To log in,
enter your email address and the password you chose when you registered with the system.
2. When you click the “log in” button you will be taken to a screen from which the submission
process starts. Please read the instructions on this screen carefully. If you have not yet submitted
an abstract to the system you should click the link that says “Click here to submit a new abstract”.
3. Submitting an abstract is a multi-step process. Each step asks several questions:
• Step 1: click the “Browse” button and locate your abstract file on your PC’s hard disk. Fill in
answers to any other questions on this screen and then click the “Next” button. Your abstract
file will be sent to our system – this can take a few seconds if you have a fast internet
connection, but may take longer if your connection is slow or you have included lots of
graphics in your abstract. Please be patient!
• Step 1: you can copy the abstract title from your Word document and paste it into the Title
field on the submission form. Please note that because of web browser limitations some
scientific symbols may not paste correctly into the form – you may have to correct this
bywriting the name of the symbol in full, for example “beta” instead of β. Your Word
document will not be affected.
• All steps: some questions are marked “Required”. We cannot consider your abstract until
these questions have been answered.
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